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How to utilise your Spotify premium subscription so you can listen separately up to 3 devices?

Challenge

For people that have family (wife and kids) that love to listen to music and love Spotify, you can use 1 single account to listen to up to 3 devices separately. But the question is how?

Solution

In order to listen to 3 different devices separately, you need to create 3 playlists (ie Playlist #1, #2, and #3). Add a song to the playlist.

On your mobile phone #1, you download Spotify and log in with your active account.

Once you log in, then you can see all playlists. Select playlist #1. Set YES for Available Offline. This will download all songs to your phone.

On the right bottom corner, click the More button. Then select Settings. Set ON for Offline Mode.

Do the same thing for other devices.

Now you can listen to music on up to 3 devices.

Enjoy!!!

Environment

  • Spotify Premium account
  • iPhone or any other phones
  • Windows/MAC desktop/laptop

Credits

Photo by Cottonbro studio: https://www.pexels.com/photo/person-using-spotify-on-an-iphone-5077069/

[Note: Pageviews – 21,260 – before migrated from the Dewalist Blog website on 09/08/2020]

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Valdy founded Dewacorp.com, a helpdesk and IT Services provider that has taken care of over 39,000 customer service requests in the past 15 years - that's nearly 2,600 per year. He also created the growing Dewalist.com - a classified website that has close to 55,000 page views and 6,000 user visits per month with 52,000 yearly published ads and 39,000 active registered users. He blogs for the ever-growing Dewapost.com, a tech blog that gets around 20,000 impressions per month with 700 clicks and 10 average pages first impressions on Google Search. You can reach him on the Contact Us page, social media links below or Dewachat.com.

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